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    1. Vintage Miniatures Toby Mug and More

      Many antique/vintage miniatures--great for shadowbox or doll house. Selling many family collections--all reasonable priced to go

    2. statue of liberty memorabilla  20 items

      decanter,statues, pencil sharpner, picture, puzzle etc

    3. 1848 J Cunningham Woven Coverlet George Washington EXCELLENT RARE

      Beautiful 1848 Coverlet made by J Cunningham. see more at www.solvendators.com

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    2. "JADE  GRAPE CLUSTER

      LARGE CLUSTER OF JADE GRAPES. About 12" long. Substantial weight with about 30 pale green grapes and 5 carved dark green leaves. Very realistic and really handsome. $33 Please click on "View all ads" on the right to see album of items for sale. ITEMS LISTED HERE ARE AVAILABLE NO NEED TO ASK. Reasonable offerswill be considered. NYC Residents: please provide telephone number for quick ...

    3. St. Nicholas Square Service Station illuminated Christmas display

      Selling a relatively rare version of the St. Nicholas Square Service Station, retired in 1999 - illuminated Christmas display building. It's about 8 inches wide and 8 inches tall. It is in full color glazed ceramic with simulated stained glass windows. Shipping weight is about 8 pounds, but can easily be mailed. Pickup in Oyster Bay, Melville or Brooklyn. Email or text if interested. Here are ...

    4. 7 rare 1980s Record Breakers cars plus extra accessories

      Selling 7 1980s Record Breakers racing cars plus extra accessories--tires, rims, engines, extra chassis--and three unopened packs of plastic roller screws. We can easily mail them priority mail, and we do accept PayPal. Please call, email or text if interested. Here are some photos

    5. New Caterpillar Leveler /Grader 12 G Model #217  Made in Spain

      Selling this brand new Caterpillar Leveler /Grader 12 G Model #217. Made in Spain. Fully Licensed. 1:50 Scale. Die Cast W/Real Rubber TIRES. Satisfaction guaranteed. I do accept paypal on items that are mailed.

    6. Lighthouse Collectable - Fort Gratiot Light - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Fort Gratiot Lighthouse – Port Huron, Michigan - This lighthouse is the oldest in Michigan still operating with its green flashing light (automated in 1933) which can be seen for seventeen miles! It helps to keep watch over Lake Huron at the entrance to the St. Clair River. The original lighthouse was built in 1825 at a height of 74 feet. The first lighthouse, built in 1825, was poorly ...

    7. Lighthouse Collectable - Block Island Light - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Rhode Island - Block Island Southeast Light is a lighthouse located on the southeastern shore of Block Island, Rhode Island. The lighthouse signals sea traffic coming from the Atlantic Ocean into the waters of Block Island and Long Island Sound, and remains an active navigational aid to sea vessels. It was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1997. Construction on the lighthouse ...

    8. Lighthouse Collectable - Boston Light - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Massachusetts - Boston Light, aptly dubbed the “ideal American lighthouse” by the historian Edward Rowe Snow, holds a place of honor among our nation’s beacons. This was the first light station established on the North American continent, and the last in the United States to be automated. It’s also our only light station that still retains an official keeper. Seasonal public tours provide ...

    9. Lighthouse Collectable - Buffalo Main Light - Danbury Mint - NEW

      New York - This tower is located directly across from the Erie Basin Marina, underneath the Skyway in downtown Buffalo. However, the first lighthouse to be built at this point dates back 1818 and stood only thirty feet tall. With Congress designating the Village of Buffalo as a port of entry in the early 1800s, and the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, Buffalo was one of the busiest ports in ...

    10. Lighthouse Collectable - Cape Elizabeth Light - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Maine - The Cape Elizabeth lighthouse, commonly referred to as Two Lights, has morphed several times since first being established in 1811. It started as nothing more than a 45 foot, octagonal daymarker topped off with a large capstone. Mariners found the tower a helpful marker for the entrance to Portland Harbor but it was useless at night and in fog. In 1828, two 65 foot rubblestone towers ...

    11. Lighthouse Collectable - Cape Hatteras Light - Danbury Mint - NEW

      North Carolina - Plans to build a lighthouse on Cape Hatteras started as early as 1792. Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is the first lighthouse to be used as a warning light for sailors. The original design stood 90 feet tall and used whale oil lamps to light the tower. In 1870, a new Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was constructed. The lighthouse was over 200 feet tall. It still stands as the world's ...

    12. Lighthouse Collectable - East Brother Lighthouse - Danbury Mint - NEW

      California - East Brother Island Lighthouse is a lighthouse located on East Brother Island at the tip of Point San Pablo in Richmond, California. It marks the entrance to San Pablo Bay from San Francisco Bay. The lighthouse was opened in 1874 and automated in 1969. The former keeper's house began operating as a bed and breakfast in 1980 and offers guests an expensive and elegant getaway. ...

    13. Lighthouse Collectable - Nauset Light - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Massachusetts - Constructed in 1877, the present tower at Nauset Beach Light Station (also known as Nauset Light) was moved from Chatham, Massachusetts, to Eastham in 1923. The 47-foot tall, cylindrical, cast-iron tower originally served as one of the twin towers of Chatham Light Station. The last functioning tower of the Three Sisters of Nauset Light Station in Eastham was also discontinued ...

    14. Lighthouse Collectable - New London Ledge - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Connecticut - Built in 1909 atop a concrete pier in New London, CT Harbor, the light itself sits atop a striking three-story building. Individual keepers tended the light from its inception a century ago until 1939, when the U.S. Coast Guard took over. In 1987, the light was finally automated, eliminating the need for anyone to stay onsite. The story goes that in the 1920s or 1930s, the ...

    15. Lighthouse Collectable - Passage Island  - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Michigan - With increased mining of copper, nickel and silver along the north shore of Lake Superior toward the end of the 1860's, the volume of vessel traffic making its way through the area increased dramatically. With many vessels making the deep-water passage between the northern tip of Isle Royale and Passage Island, a scant three and a half miles to the north, the Lighthouse Board ...

    16. Lighthouse Collectable - Pigeon Point  - Danbury Mint - NEW

      California - Funds were appropriated for the lighthouse at the end of 1870, and construction began in 1871. The tower, over 100 feet high, was built with "separate inner and outer walls with an airspace between which insulates the interior ironworks against corrosion." (Pigeon Point tour pamphlet) The walls were 4.5 feet thick. 500,000 bricks were used to build the tower. In fact, it took ...

    17. Lighthouse Collectable - Split Rock  - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Minnesota - Shipwrecks from a mighty 1905 November gale prompted this rugged landmark's construction. Completed by the U.S. Lighthouse Service in 1910, Split Rock Light Station was soon one of Minnesota's best known landmarks. Restored to its 1920s appearance, the lighthouse offers a glimpse of lighthouse life in this remote and spectacular setting. Certificate of Authenticity from Danbury ...

    18. Lighthouse Collectable - West Quoddy  - Danbury Mint - NEW

      Maine - Thomas Jefferson signed the order in 1806 authorizing construction of a lighthouse at West Quoddy. The tower was finished in 1808, and guided ships through the Quoddy Narrows, between the U.S. and Canada, until 1858 when it was replaced with the current tower and keeper's house. The lantern is fitted with a third-order fresnel lens. The distinctive red and white bands make this ...